Due to the 40 days lockdown, the smartphone companies have stopped selling. Now through e-commerce sales is operational now in the green and red zone.
Mobile manufacturing companies in India have started smartphones sale through e-commerce. Sell will begin on May 4 during lockdown 3.0, the Union Home Ministry has allowed the sale of non-essential goods through e-commerce in the Green and Orange zones. On May 5, Xiaomi and iQOO held sell of their smartphones such as Redmi Note 9 Pro and iQOO 3 through e-commerce platforms. Apart from this, OnePlus, Realme, and Samsung have also announced to start their e-commerce service.
Samsung has said in its press note that it has announced the launch of its smartphones and consumer electronics through its cell e-commerce website and official channel. These products will be made available for sale in the green and orange zones of the country through an e-commerce platform. However, people living in the Red Zone may have to wait until May 17.
Realme has also announced to restart the e-commerce cell through its Twitter handle. From May 4, the company’s smartphones have been made available for sale through the leading e-commerce website and the company’s official website. OnePlus has also announced to organize the sale of its smartphones, TVs, and other electronic products on the e-commerce website. Products from these two companies will also be made available for sale only in the Green and Orange zones.
In the coming days, we will be able to buy smartphones and electronic items of other brands from the e-commerce website. However, metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad fall under the Red Zone at this time. In such a situation, people living here will be able to buy smartphones and other electronic products only after the end of the lockdown. Both the leading e-commerce websites Amazon and Flipkart have also announced the launch of non-essential products on their platforms in the Orange and Green zones.